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  • Hydrogen-fuelled cars have some genuine advantages over their battery-electric counterparts. This is why it’s so important to get refuelling technologies right, writes Dale Anderson.

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  • European institutions and governments are working hard to promote hydrogen vehicles and refuelling systems, but are still struggling with high costs, writes Diana Yordanova, in Brussels.

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  • Dutch lawmakers know they need to move faster when it comes to the decarbonisation of heat and transport – and they’re getting serious about hydrogen. Robert Stokes explores some of the country’s most innovative projects.

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  • The UK government has launched a consultation to make journeys easier, smarter and greener through new technology as part of its Future of transport regulatory review.The review will consider how we make small changes to our everyday travel decisions and whether we could choose to walk, cy...

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  • In its latest report calculating the effect of the coronavirus on the global fuel markets in light of increasingly stringent travel restrictions and quarantine obligations around the world, Rystad Energy now forecasts that global oil demand will see a decrease of 0.6%, or 600,000 b/d, year-on-year. ...

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  • The United Kingdom Government is consulting to introduce a more eco-friendly fuel as the standard offering at forecourts from next year. 

  • The UK government has launched a consultation regarding proposals for the introduction of E10 petrol, containing up to 10% bioethanol, as the 95 octane ‘Premium’ grade on UK forecourts from 2021. Unleaded petrol in the UK currently contains up to 5% bioethanol, a grade known as E5, whereas E10 petro...

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  • The Port of Kiel has commissioned industrial giant Siemens to build Germany’s largest ever shore power system. With a power rating of 16 MVA, the ‘Siharbor’ solution will supply two ships simultaneously with certified renewable energy. This will reduce annual CO2 emissions by more than 8,000 to...

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  • A self-driving Nissan Leaf has completed a 230-mile journey on UK roads, negotiating complex roundabouts, motorways, and high-speed country lanes with no road markings, white lines or kerbs.The journey was carried out by a US-based research project, HumanDrive, jointly funded by UK government throug...

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  • The coronavirus is significantly impacting oil demand in China as travel by road, rail and air across the country has collapsed following quarantine measures and restrictions implemented by the Chinese government in a bid to stop the disease spreading.According to BloombergNEF: ‘The demand shock has...

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